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Subject: RE: Trading Partner Logical Identification based on EDIFA

Message text written by INTERNET:dick@8760.com
This is certainly a gray area and I think it's a matter of opinion.
Personally, I do not consider these BP level issues.  A 997 is used as an
ack to indicate "good" or "bad" format. IMO, the transport function has
completed its task when the data is delivered to the application for
processing. This means that the messaging service is responsible for
handling and reporting errors related to crypto functions and structure
validation (dare I say translation - oh boy this is going to start a war!).


Dick - the 997 is a dinosaur.   The on-the-wire stuff validates delivery
of the packets, and I suspect that the hardware will validate the XML 
as well (Intel have this right now).  So the only other checks are then
application level - is the customer # correct? et al - and this definately 
falls under BP and outside of the TRP box..


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